Rest of the World Fund

Provide investors exposure to share markets excluding the US, including those of Europe, Australasia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, and Israel
2 years Returns1
7.61%
Fees2
0.63%
Risk
6/7

Fund Overview

Invests in underlying funds that will attempt to replicate the performance of the developed world's stock markets excluding the USA. Specific markets include Europe, Australasia, Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan, and Israel.

Fund Unit Price

Returns

Fund returns as at May 31, 2022
1.66%
since inception
-9.1%
6 months
-5.62%
1 year
7.61%
2 years
1. Performance is calculated after fees and before tax. Fund performance figures have been annualised where the performance period is more than one year. The Koura Wealth Funds inception date is 23rd October 2019. Performance returns are shown in New Zealand Dollars. Please note that past performance is not necessarily indicative of future returns. Returns can be positive or negative, and returns over different time periods may vary. No returns are promised or guaranteed.
2. Further information on our funds can be found in the kōura KiwiSaver Scheme PDS available in the document section on this website and in the fund updates
3. Underlying fund costs excludes $30 annual administration fee

Risk Level: 6/7

A growth fund is a higher risk, higher return fund invested in shares and other equities. These funds are intended to provide good long term growth, but may experience periods of significant volatility.

Lower Risk
1 2 3 4 5 6 7
Higher Risk

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1. Fund returns as at May 31, 2022 and are calculated after fees and before tax, returns over 1 year are annualised.
2. Excludes $30 annual fund administration fee and 0.3% facilitator fee for clients who use the services of a facilitator.
3. Past performance is not necessarily an indicator of future performance and return periods may differ.